The night before she moved out (I was living couch to couch to give her privacy), we talked about what we would do and I offered to come over to help break the news to the land lords. I said I would pay her the deposit to save the land lord's trouble.
This past weekend I was sick, the other day I was asking about cable, She asked if I could pay her the deposit now. I said when I get the lease signed and she's off of it, and there is no damage.
She lost it. Disclosure: So she left all the furniture for me (now she is moving in with a guy that has kids, so they a fully furnished... her alternative was to donate it).
She was saying I was acting shady and that she doesn't trust me and all this other stuff. That I am a opportunist.
It hurt me. She doesn't remember all the times I got her late night dinners because she was "lazy" (in retrospect on the couch cheating by sexting some guy). Or how I moved the car every week to avoid tickets. How I tucked her into bed every night and didn't leave her on the couch.
She sent a goodbye e-mail and asked that we do not communicate moving forward. Not that I would, but it is disheartening to hear she wants no communication ever.
Most Helpful Girl
Look, Im so sorry it went so downhill like that. I would email her regardless and tell her all you just said and that she is being dramatic over something that simply isn't true. Do not appologize YOUVE DONE NOTHING WRONG. She totally took it out of proportion and you need to tell her what happened, the truth, all of the truth, and that its not a problem if you two dont talk but that your refuse to leave it on a "i was adding strings" bullshit which simply wasn't true. Say you want to end it on a "Truthful" note and not something concocted out of nonsense and not facts. AFter this, move on to someone who isn't such an asshole she really sounds like one. MY step grandmother is like this she gets super dramtic and throws punches over stuff she made up its really annoying.. Hope I helped.
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Most Helpful Guy
Sad. Parting is always sad. Specially when you know there could have been another road.
When someone (other than you) takes the decision to move out, it can be doubly sad.
But don't let the thoughts of the past plague you. She wasn't meant for you if she's behaving this way.
Some women just stop getting the high out of a relationship after some time in it. How long were you together? I feel your pain.